The Centre for Global Burn Injury Policy and Research is excited and pleased to announce the details for a second workshop on Implementation and Improvement Science.
The workshop is designed for health workers setting up, or who have already set up, burn units in low resource or conflict environments.
The workshop, which is funded through the Centre’s NIHR grant, will be hosted in Amman, Jordan this coming June.
Applications are now open to attend the 5-day intensive workshop which will offer essential health care knowledge and skills for applicants at this stage in their career.
The first workshop of this design was held at Swansea University last year and based on its success, details for the second workshop are now finalised. The course will take place on the 7th -11th of June at the Belle Vue hotel in Jordan, Amman.
The initial workshop gave participants the knowledge, confidence, and resources to develop their own initiatives and proposals. The feedback was incredibly positive and many of the participants went away with plans to implement all they had learned in their respective local areas.
“The organisation and communication was superb. The selection of topics was excellent and instructors were all of high calibre.”
This year, as well as an introduction to the fields of implementation and improvement science, the Centre will focus on the skills required for leading a health unit in low resource areas. This will include valuable topics such as lean and agile health care principles.
Listen to last year’s participant talk about the benefits of the workshop and what to expect for this one!
Places for the course are limited and applications are competitive but if you would like to apply for the workshop the application form is posted below.